A Small Tale with Punchdrunk Enrichment

Deadline

5pm on Friday 28 September 2018

Credit: Photo by Paul Cochrane and Stephen Dobbie
Deadline

5pm on Friday 28 September 2018

Fee

This project costs £360 and covers the cost of a class.  If you have multiple classes in a year group, each additional class costs £100.

How to apply

If your school is interested in participating in A Small Tale please contact Andrew Jeffrey.  The deadline for this opportunity is 5pm on Friday 28 September 2018 however places for this project will be allocated on a first come first served basis from now.

Schools and teachers from across Scotland are invited to apply for this exciting new opportunity, a partnership between Imaginate and Punchdrunk Enrichment.

Participating schools will need to fully commit to this project including attendance at a CLPL day in Edinburgh (10am - 4pm on 11 January 2019), the delivery of 6 literacy lessons over a period of 2 weeks during spring term 2019 and a post-project Twilight CLPL session to evaluate the project and share experiences (this will take place after the Easter break.).

The project includes:

  • One day CLPL session delivered by Punchdrunk Enrichment
  • Toolkit of handmade props and materials
  • Detailed teacher instruction pack
  • Legacy and Evaluation twilight session facilitated by Imaginate

This project is designed for one class, or multiple classes in the same year group if delivered at the same time, with space for up to 15 classes in total. A Small Tale is suitable for Primary 2 - Primary 5 age groups and is open to schools across Scotland.

You can find out more about A Small Tale, including a downloadable teacher pack, on the Punchdrunk Enrichment project page.

"This project was brilliant. My colleague and I were so excited about teaching the lessons and the resources that were provided were outstanding! Thank you. The props were of such a high quality, totally believable and easy to set up. It was a pleasure to teach and reminded me why I became a teacher.” Year 2 Teacher, England.